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I have spent years forgoing human contact in an effort to bring you this: a definitive list of ways to tell if your favorite TV show is nose-diving into the toilet.
Take a look inside an industry where so much is still unknown, cloaked behind financial doublespeak and straight-up lies.
Mrs. Teachington's boobs flopped from side to side as she thanked Tommy for staying after class.
Sometimes an artistic genius has a weak spot right in their chosen field, and we somehow all agree to overlook it.
Everyone on 'Friends' is a sociopath.
It's like you can't even trust product marketing anymore.
Sometimes movie scenes read a lot like a 'Mad Libs' template.
You see, back in the day, the Fourth of July was more or less the holiday equivalent of smashing your own face with a beer bottle and uppercutting Benedict Arnold.
Why did she turn the mice into horses and the horse into a human? None of this makes sense.
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In a way, science-fiction has not only predicted the future but created it as well.
Beyonce who? Only queen we know of is Cersei Lannister.
Some famous people have the misfortune of becoming the target of a shadowy cabal that's willing to suspend their world-dominance campaign to simply harass them.
In this insane world, it's easy to forget that there are amazing acts of kindness happening more often than we realize.
Not all business interactions are worthy of a congratulatory fap.
Human hair can be a surprisingly lucrative harvest if you get hooked up with the right wig-maker.
Whether it's through persistence, greed, circumstance, or plain dumb luck, some iconic characters have managed to survive their own creators' best attempts to waste them.
Following the news can be like eating ramen with a straw -- it's way too much work and a little nauseating after a while.